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  • the state of architecture

    the state of architecture at the beginning of the 21st century
    2004

    before bernard TSCHUMI stepped down as dean of the gsapp, he held a conference in new york inviting forty architects and theorists to take on the state of architectural practice at the start of the 21st century. the essays, conversations, and manifestos revolved around categories such as form, aesthetics, politics, detail, electronics, and material. the book features forty essays including peter eisenman’s the affects of disaster, sylvia lavin’s how architecture stopped being the 97 pound weakling and became cool, jeff kipnis’s form’s second coming, sanford kwinter’s four arguments for the elimination of architecture (long live architecture), and others by lars spuybroek, greg lynn, hani rashid, mark wigley, terrence riley, karl chu, zaha hadid, thom mayne.

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